Ford Model T_

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    • Working on a brass windshield kit today. It is a reproduction of a Rands style windshield, typical of 1909 - 1912 style used on the Model T Ford. I bought my kit from Speedway Motors, the same kits are sold by all the vendors, but Speedway is the manufacturer and their price was $100 less than anyone else's.

      4 months ago
      • The glass channel is poorly fitted and is not wide enough to accept the 1/4" thick glass used in Model T's. So I made a tool from a piece of Lexan to open the inner dimension to the proper...Read more
        4 months ago
      • The retainers that hold the glass channel to the windshield were improperly made. They were not wide enough to fit the window frame. So they had to be cold worked to make the ends 1/2"...Read more
        4 months ago
    • Welcome to the tribe! Your car looks awesome! How long have you owned it? I've always wanted a brass era T 😊

      6 months ago
      • Mitch I have had it about a year. Mechanically it was very worn out when I got it, and it had reproduction lamps that I didn't like. Coming down the home stretch on the mechanicals,...Read more
        6 months ago